Nazi


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Synonyms for Nazi

a German member of Adolf Hitler's political party

derogatory term for a person who is fanatically dedicated to, or seeks to control, some activity, practice, etc

relating to a form of socialism

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To sum up my arguments: it is well known that in most regions which were the strongholds of German Liberalism in the decade before 1914 (Schleswig-Holstein, Oldenbourg, Hanover, Pfalz, Hessen, Baden, Franconia, southern Swabia), the Nazi Party won massive support from the late 1920s.
Riga Mayor Grateful to Citizens for Ignoring Nazi Vets Parade
Hans-Christian Jasch, a German lawyer and Government Councilor in the German Federal Ministry of the Interior, investigates Nazi lawyer Wilhelm
12 ( ANI ): More than half of Austria's population think it highly likely that the Nazis would be elected if they were readmitted as a party, an opinion poll has revealed.
Underneath is a list of names for the Gallows including Nazi journalists, admirers and soldiers.
Following the defeat of Hitler and the Nazi army, the world's democratic nations prosecuted the Nazi leaders and convicted them of crimes against humanity.
The Simon Wiesenthal report listed 706 ongoing investigations of Nazi war criminals in two dozen countries, including 85 new cases between April 2008 through March 2009.
The technology that allowed the conglomerate to make the synthetic fuel that powered the Nazi war and terror machine remains a viable energy alternative today.
Most striking was the Nazi conviction (richly documented in this volume) that the Jews were not merely morally and physically repugnant and repositories of every despicable human trait but an imminent, mortal threat to Germany, indeed to the whole civilized world.
For this, Roth, whose father fled the Nazis, endured the usual calumnies, as Rosa Brooks noted in a column in the Los Angeles Times.
Many of our current understandings of how the Nazi regime functioned after 1933 would not have been possible without the perspectives provided by the "history of everyday life" (Alltagsgeschichte).
Cruel world; the children of Europe in the Nazi web.
The Priest And The Nazi by John LeConte is a well crafted novel depicting the story of a highly ranked Nazi SS Officer and his encounter with a Bavarian Priest upon fleeing a defeated Germany.
The example of Holland is one argument in favour of this position since, after the Dutch bishops had openly and strongly upbraided the Nazi authorities, the Nazis widened their search to include hundreds of converts to Catholicism, such as Saint Edith Stein and her sister.